Hector's goby advice

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Adalwulf

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Hello! Today when I went to the LFS I asked for a tail spot blenny and a watchman goby. The two turned out to be in a tank along with a Hectors goby...

So of course the LFS employee couldn't tell the difference between a tail spot blenny and a Hectors goby and now I have a watchman goby and a Hectors goby.

I like tail spots and the Hectors equally in terms of looks but I haven't done as much research on Hector's gobies and though I would ask for advice on the forum.

Just in case the info is needed:
The fish will go into a 20 gallon quarantine but they will end up in a 32 gallon Biocube that has a 2 peppermint shrimp, 3 snails, and 2 1inch oscillaris clowns. I won't be adding any more livestock except to add some more CUC if needed.
 
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They do well with other gobies and 20 gal tank perhaps a minimum size. they tend to stay out more in the open than hiding.
 
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